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    Tue, 13 Jul 2010 10:58:01

    ODB's Final Album Was Sold For A Mere $10,000  - His widow got rid of the album on the quick

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    The New York Post is reporting that the widow of rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard sold his prized final album for a dirt cheap price. There are claims that Icelene Jones quietly signed away the rights to "A Son Unique," the singer's posthumously-released album, and she promptly spent the proceeds. The album was sold for "peanuts" but could have generated much more income for ODB's mom, Cherry Jones, and four women who are mother's to his horde of children.

    The album was made available on iTunes in November 2009.

    Did you check out ODB's swan song?

    —Amy Sciarretto
    07.13.10




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